Friday, March 2, 2012

It's That Seafood Time Again...


It’s a real pleasure for us to be a sponsor again for this event. You don’t want to miss it! This year, for the first time, they’ll have “Pirates Landing”. Visit their Facebook Page to check out some of their outstanding vendors that will be there and “Like” them.

or visit their website for more information:


In The Studio


You know why Rob is smiling? Because he has already sold over 5,000 copies of this CD that only took 2 days to record here at Eclipse.

Way to go Rob!

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Troy Locke of “Matanzas”, picking up copies of his solo CD.

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Frankie Urzetta and Jack Sharpless

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Melissa stopped by to pick up more copies of Willie Green’s latest release recorded here with JJ Gray of Mofro. The “Unstoppable Willie Green” stole the show recently as the opening act for Robert Cray. Joining Willie on guitar was Jim’s “Falling Bones” bandmate Rick Levy. You’ll also find Rick out this year with Tommy Roe.

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Aslyn Baringer, shown here styling in her motorcycle outfit, helped us produce an outstanding Seafood Festival TV Commercial that will begin airing tomorrow on Comcast

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Heavens Gate, Flagler College’s Battle of the Bands winner from 2011, was in recording, their “Winners Prize”. Eclipse put up the grand prize for last year’s competition and also for the Battle of the Bands being held tonight at Flagler College.

Ashley Madden – Vocals
Chris Wittbrodt – Guitar
Dylan Spann – Guitar/Vocals
Tayler Hudson – Drums
Taylor Maloy – Bass

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Dylan Spann says, “For Heaven’s Sake started when all five of us met at Flagler College through our shared passion for music. We started jamming together and preparing for the Flagler College Battle Of The Bands. We put together some original renditions of some cover songs and practiced like crazy. We took the stage and after a great show, ended up winning the battle by a landslide. We spent the next two months practicing like crazy and writing tons of new material, and entered the studio in early February. We were all blown away by the quality and hospitality that we found. With some help from Jim, we were able to set up quickly and dive right into recording. It was a great experience, and we all can’t wait to get back in the studio. It’s a very professional environment that allows for a lot of creativity. Jim’s was very experienced and couldn’t have been more helpful. Hopefully with Eclipse Recording’s help, we will go on to play shows all over Florida. The sky is the limit.”

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Bocat Bobby finishing the mixes on their soon to be released CD.

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Ofelia Miller of “Friends of San Lorenzo” stopped by to finish the design on the Live CD we recorded last year at the Santa Maria del Mar Catholic Church in Palm Coast Florida. The CD is called “Unchained Melodies.”


Plotting once again to conquer the world, the conspirators were Dominic Mercurio (Grand Poobah of the Seafood Festival), David Brennan (Publisher of the Folio Weekly), Ryan Held (Folio Weekly) and Jim.

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Eclipse Alumni, Trevor Wilson, stopped in to make an artistic contribution. Thanks Trevor!


Steve Bennett heading for the Islands.

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